Nowadays, architects and designers worldwide are unanimously moving towards using sustainable and natural materials to construct buildings. And when we talk of sustainable materials- bamboo is the primary sustainable building material that comes to our mind. It is highly efficient for construction purposes due to its flexibility, durability and attractive golden sheen. Sri Lanka-based 3D artist and designer- Thilina Liyanage also conceptualized a fantastic beach bar that resembles a goldfish and is structured with an underlying bamboo. The hollow part of the scaled-up model of a fish encompasses a bar and counter area, while the space right beneath the tail contains a seating area. Read more about the fascinating design concept of the designer below at SURFACES REPORTER (SR):
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The Beach bar comes with a fish-scale-inspired golden fabric exterior that provides a fish-like appearance to the bar and provides partial shade on the inside during the day.
The lamps inside the bar brighten up during the night and give a unique diffused warm glow to the fish-like structure.
It seems like the goldfish is glowing at night, which looks even more alluring when viewed from the top.
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Near the tail area, you can find a staircase entrance to the bar that provides multi-level seating with a balcony located right at the mouth of the goldfish allowing you to enjoy the breathtaking views of the ocean.
Although Liyanage's beach bar is now just only a concept, the designer has also created his 3D model which is available free to download. So, you can at least indulge in the virtual walkthrough to this incredible Beach Bar.
Info courtesy: yankodesign.com
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